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danger, no information. and aviation technology which could connect new york and washington d.c. not 40 seconds, 40 minutes. in my part of the world, for homegrown random china, and it is in high demand. i have said over and over again to obama in japan tt they can make an entire export industry. and i hope you know this has become something else. and some of you may recall the foreign minister. to be given. furthermore some of the small companies in japan are amazing. my favorite one in tokyo. in the market. why, it is only comfort for congestion needles. you don't feel any pain. how many employees are there? six including me. amazing. few other countries are such an unknown. only in japan your family businesses. so the real challenge for government is to let go. we should simply let the companies sharing themselves. for further details, there will be a couple months more. we have set up an expert move. they give us fearless proposal about innovation. i am looking forward -- they are likely to the something that thematically changes for deflationary to present bad inflation from taking
. it would be a battle. say, we have to pay much more money for technology, innovation, and then -- but of course, you never touch. nothing is very strong if you look at -- if youave financial regulation. it's really interesting. and at the end, you cannot really make a division between expertise and -- it's totally different in our complex. therefore, i am quite happen this negotiations -- but the minister of economy, very happy to see what will happen, and i think it would be better in our common interests not to exclude mexico and canada. that would be the wrong signal. because we are transatlantic free trade agreement is not -- only the first step in either direction, but we don't want to have mexico -- >> thank you. >> professor, microphone. >> i have one question for you. there may be new elections, voted against the policies, there is not yet any president or any government. may be new elections. don't know the results of them. what happens if it goes in the wrong direction, do you accommodate italy or confront italy? the second question, there's been ongoing deb
their purview. they reject deals with very sensitive military technologies and stuff like that. for the most part, our investment market is just about the most open and the world. i don't think quantitatively if you look at the numbers, i don't think you can quantitatively make any nonlaughable case that the united states is close to foreign investment. the question of whether i few foreign investment is a good or a bad thing what i have to tell you is this. when you are looking at foreign investment in the u.s., what it means if somebody else has dollars. they have wealth and they are choosing to buy shares in some american corporation or invest in putting together some business in the u.s.. if you are looking not as an alternative to buying goods and services from the u.s. which is what you are looking at when the u.s. is running a trade deficit, you are looking at it that thing. it's not that foreign investment itself is bad. the issue is not whether you have job creative investment and somebody putting up money to build a hotel in newport beach. the issue is not whether you have the inve
i was watching the friends ask in the technology that they were using and i was fascinated. the infrared helicopters that they could watch the motions of the guy in the boat the fact that there was let in a sabha campus moving. i need to pick those things up for my writing and i know that sounds horrible but i'm listening as a human being and listening as a writer. i couldn't help the reality is that i thought it was fascinating and horrifying. >> having spent a number of years writing about a manhunt, i also found the tactics of this manhunt quite interesting. in the one i write about in "desert reckoning," there were thousands of cops in vehicles and on foot and horseback involved and the fbi and the dea and many police agencies and also the los angeles county sheriff's department primarily and a number of members of the department who were a big help including lieutenant stephen foster who is here. he is also a character in my book and i want to thank him and all of the other first responders without whom i would not have been able to tell this story. they, over time, ca
can choose where you're going to see something, when you're going to see something, and the technology exists to tabulate that. if you go to a web site, if you go to youtube, if you go to hulu, here or there, people will see that, and can they will know. ten years ago if you weren't in the nielsen family, nobody knew whether or not you were. watching television, and they didn't care. now there are a bunch of different ways for you to express your opinion about what's happening in media about where you put your attention, whether you buy it on itunes, whether you buy it on amazon.com, wherever you go, you're registering. but with great power comes great responsibility, right in so you have to find out about these issues. and you can't just go to the same three or four web sites that are going to tell you whatever makes you feel good. you have a responsibility to educate yourself a little bit more and make sure that your choices, make the sort of political impact that you want. however you want that to be heard. >> well, i have to say i don't spend a lot of time, you know, going to matt
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